From: Researcher on 8 Dec 2005 08:12
nothing nothing nothing absolutely nothing no scientific answer no
technical answer that fine wordss nothing more than each one returns at
home have fun to wash the brain of people. I have some enough of the
WHEN ALL THE QUESTIONS I HAVE ASKED WILL BE ANSWERED, THEN I'LL COME
BACK TO GO ON THE DISCUSSION...
UNTIL THERE... GOOD BYE... AND HAVE A GOOD BRAINWASHING SESSION,
From: Mark Probert on 8 Dec 2005 09:09
Tim Campbell wrote:
> Mark Probert wrote:
>>>At some point along the way anecdotal reports become data.
>>Yes, and in your case, the data says your cohort stinks.
> Mark...I'm tellin' ya, you really should be doing stand-up...
Explain why the cohort you chose for your comment is valid. Just to
remind you, since you obviously were unable to substatively address it,
"Of those I have spoken with who have tried the Zapper far more than 50%
report positive results; the majority do."
Note that I would GUARANTEE that, using that cohort. All satisfied
From: Mark Probert on 8 Dec 2005 09:11
> Again and again and again... No scientific data, no scientific
> approach... ONLY SHOOTING IN THE DARK. Always the same fake
Hulda and her supporters should stop doing that and use her years of
research to actually prove their claims. She and her Henchmen were given
the chance, and they couldn't.
If at first you do not succeed, lie, lie, again...that is Hulda's motto.
> Which damage. With each time that a subject can become interesting for
> the whole world, it always wedged brain there to repeat the same
> sentences continuously, and without never being wearied.
> But real facts continue to show :
> I still do not know if the zapper of Hulda Clark modified something on
> the level of the diabetes of my mother... But she had had for a few
> months a bump on an arm and a doctor intended it for a surgical
> Since one week that she zaps, the bump decreased... I point out the
> facts, in one week:
> 1- She was zapping irregularly (not 3x7 minutes, spaced by 20min)
> 2- The following day, she was tired the whole day
> 3- The third day (or maybe before but she did not told us) : A moving
> pain in the right of her body, then left, then next to the heart...
> 4- The fourth day (or around) : She starts to zap normally (3x7min,
> spaced by 20min)
> 5- The moving pain was nearly entirely gone; She zaps every morning
> 6- Now the pain is entirely gone
> 7- The bump on her arm is decreasing slowly
> ... UNTIL NOW, ONLY POSITIVE EFFECTS ... GOOD DOCTORS SHOULD SAY THAT
> IT IS A COOL THING... BUT HERE DOCTORS WILL SAY IT IS DANGEROUS ...
> BIZARRE, DON'T YOU THINK ? I DON'T KNOW BUT... WE'LL SEE...
> In any event she continues her official drugs and continuous to see
> doctors allopathic and homeopathic for the follow-up, it is important
> Tim Campbell a ?crit :
>>Mark Probert wrote:
>>>>Of those I have spoken with who have tried the Zapper far more than 50%
>>>>report positive results; the majority do.
>>>That is because they believed that the gizmo would do something.
>>I'm still waiting for you to present the evidence that the placebo
>>effect is repeatedly demonstrable.
From: JohnDoe on 8 Dec 2005 10:05
> nothing nothing nothing absolutely nothing no scientific answer no
> technical answer that fine wordss nothing more than each one returns at
> home have fun to wash the brain of people. I have some enough of the
> fuzzy answers.
> WHEN ALL THE QUESTIONS I HAVE ASKED WILL BE ANSWERED, THEN I'LL COME
> BACK TO GO ON THE DISCUSSION...
Da Zapper obviously does not help against tantrums.
> UNTIL THERE... GOOD BYE... AND HAVE A GOOD BRAINWASHING SESSION,
Well, thank you for dropping by. Bye. Bonjour. A tout a l'heure. A
bientot. Et prend une voyage longue ? un lombric court s?il vous plait.
From: Tim Campbell on 8 Dec 2005 12:35
> PS I'd be interested to know why you're not demanding that Clark
> produce any scientific data to back up her frauds, something she has
> notably failed to do.
Why don't you offer to finance such testing for Hulda? Oh...and have it
done in a truly independent laboratory...